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Official Site: | @ComoBrosBand
Having grown up performing in a Beatles tribute band the Como Brothers are no strangers to the Long Island music scene. Matt and Andrew Como have been honing their craft as established singer/songwriters and performers and are ready to make an indelible mark on the music industry. Just off the heels of the release of their sophomore EP “Still Waters” (March 2013), the Brothers released their first full length album, “Baby Steps” (October 1, 2013).
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Matt and Andrew Como are songwriters and musicians that value organic music, musicianship, and songs with original integrity. Music is not a hobby of the brothers but a way of life and a career. Early in life, their father and his brothers would play at family parties. Growing up in this environment inspired them to play music, and it fast became a central part of their lives.

They extensively played live throughout high school and college and are now an experienced live act having played in countless bars, major festivals and local shows. In 2010 they officially began the rock band The Como Brothers Band and have been pushing forward for their dreams of a long term career in music.

In 2013, the Como Brothers Band took their previous experience and focused on approaching the industry with honest songs. It worked. They opened for major acts such as The Wallflowers, American Idol winner David Cook and Jilian Jensen, and also played at a multitude of festivals including the Hard Rock Rising 2013 finals at the Hard Rock Cafe, the Make Music NYC Festival, the Montauk Music Festival, Six Flags Great Escape and the Long Island Music Festival. Their music has been featured on MTV's Real World Portland, E! Network's Keeping Up With The Kardashians, and Oxygen Channel's Best Inked. Radio has responded well, too, with features on CBS's "Tomorrow's Hits Today" as well as New Driven Radio, Indie Underground, and Revolver Underground playlist additions.

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